Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 1512.3 67.3 7 4 2 56 23 4.28 1.31
2020 86.54.1 23.7 3 1 25 9 1.52 0.89
3y Avg. 1222.8 45.3 5 2 2 40 16 3.57 1.19

Fantasy News

  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Shuttled to 60-day IL

    The Cubs placed Heuer (elbow) on the 60-day injured list Wednesday. In a corresponding move, the Cubs announced the signing of veteran reliever David Robertson, who will take Heuer's spot in the bullpen and on the 40-man roster. Heuer will miss the entire 2022 season and, likely, a large portion of the 2023 campaign after he underwent Tommy John surgery earlier this month.
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  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Tommy John surgery confirmed

    Heuer's unspecified arm procedure that he underwent Monday was in fact Tommy John surgery, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. Heuer announced the surgery on his personal Instagram page but didn't note exactly what the procedure was. It's now clear that he'll be unable to return until some point in 2023, likely closer to midseason. Rowan Wick seemingly has a firmer grip on the Cubs' closer job in Heuer's absence, with Brad Wieck and Manuel Rodriguez lining up as potential challengers.
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  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Undergoes arm surgery

    Heuer announced Tuesday via his personal Instagram account that he underwent an unspecified arm surgery this week. Until it becomes clear exactly what procedure Heuer underwent, it's difficult to say when he'll be back. If he underwent Tommy John surgery, he'll definitely miss all of the upcoming season as well as a substantial portion of 2023, though a lesser procedure could still give him a chance to return this year. Heuer had looked like one of the top alternatives to presumed closer Rowan Wick, but Wick's job now appears to be comparatively safe. Brad Wieck and Manuel Rodriguez look like Wick's main competition for now.
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  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Notches second save

    Heuer pitched a perfect inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 3-2 win over Pittsburgh. Entering Wednesday, the right-hander had allowed six runs across two innings in his last three appearances. Interestingly, Heuer received the save chance after Rowan Wick was deployed in the eighth inning. Both relievers have struggled lately, but they contributed two of the Cubs' four scoreless innings out of the bullpen. For the season, Heuer has a 4.28 ERA, 1.31 WHIP, 56:23 K:BB and 7-4 record across 67.1 innings between the Cubs and the White Sox.
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  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Takes fourth loss in relief

    Heuer (7-4) allowed two earned runs on one hit and three walks while striking out one across one inning, taking the loss to the Cardinals on Sunday. Heuer entered the ninth inning in a tie game, and quickly gave the lead to St. Louis. Although two of the walks were intentional, it wasn't a good showing for the pitcher, who also had a wild pitch that allowed a run to score. The 24-year-old has a 3.25 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with 17 punchouts in 27.2 innings with the Cubs this season.
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  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Records first save with new team

    Heuer pitched two perfect innings of relief with two strikeouts to earn the save in Tuesday's win over the Reds. Heuer had to do a little extra work to secure his first save in a Cubs uniform and second in the majors after logging one last year. Since coming over from the crosstown White Sox before the trade deadline, the righty has posted an impressive 1.80 ERA across 10 innings of work with six strikeouts. The 25-year-old Heuer could see more save opportunities for the rebuilding Cubs down the stretch as the team takes stock of young players heading into next season.
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  • Cubs' Codi Heuer: Gives up two runs Saturday

    Heuer (4-2) was tagged with the loss Saturday against the Marlins after allowing two unearned runs on two hits while fanning one across one inning. Heuer pitched the eighth with the Cubs holding a one-run lead, but he was unable to maintain that advantage and ultimately gave up both the tying and winning runs -- though both runs came home thanks to a fielding error by Sergio Alcantara. The right-hander, who was acquired by the Cubs from the White Sox before the trade deadline, owns a 2.25 ERA through seven appearances (eight innings) with the Cubs.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Helps pick up split

    Heuer (3-1) earned the win in the second game of Friday's doubleheader. He allowed one hit and struck out two over a scoreless inning in a 3-1 win over the Royals. Michael Kopech made a spot start in the nightcap but was pulled after four innings, gifting Heuer a chance for his third win. The right-handed setup man has not allowed a run in seven of his last nine outings, picking up two wins and three holds during that run.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Secures second win

    Heuer (2-1) earned the win Friday against the Rangers, allowing two hits and striking out one across 1.1 scoreless innings. After back-to-back ugly outings, Heuer put together a solid performance Friday, successfully setting down the Rangers' batters in the seventh inning. After allowing two singles in the eighth inning, Heuer was pulled in favor of closer Liam Hendricks. The 24-year-old has only walked one batter across 11 innings this year and owns a 4.91 ERA, inflated by two poor recent outings.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Woeful outing Saturday

    Heuer (1-1) gave up three runs on three hits while striking out four across 1.2 innings Saturday against the Red Sox. He was tagged with the loss. Heuer was coming off three straight scoreless outings and had allowed just one run across 6.2 innings before Saturday's contest, but the wheels came off and he was roughed up by Boston. As a result, his ERA spiked from 1.35 to 4.32, though one encouraging sign is the fact that he's now on a run of five straight outings while walking anyone.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Claims win in relief

    Heuer (1-0) allowed one hit and struck out four over 2.1 scoreless innings to pick up his first win in Monday's 4-3 victory over Cleveland. Heuer has now delivered four scoreless efforts in five appearances, and this was his longest outing yet. While Chicago's vaunted bullpen has stumbled out of the gate, the right-handed Heuer has been as good as he was in 2020. He's allowed one run, seven hits and one walk while striking out eight over 6.2 innings.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Taken deep Sunday

    Heuer allowed one run on three hits in Sunday's 7-4 loss to the Angels. Heuer allowed his first run of the season when he was tagged for a solo home run by Jared Walsh in the fifth inning. He became the fourth White Sox reliever to permit a homer. Chicago's bullpen was considered a strength entering the season, but thus far the 'pen is 1-3 with a 5.52 ERA.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Piling up Ks

    Heuer allowed one hit and struck out three over one inning in Tuesday's spring game against the Cubs. Heuer permitted a leadoff triple before striking out the side to finish off the eighth inning. He's fanned 13 batters without a walk over eight Cactus League innings. Heuer, who's pitched multiple innings in two of his six spring outings, will be part of a deep White Sox bullpen, likely in a middle-relief role.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Snags third win

    Heuer (3-0) pitched 1.2 scoreless innings to record the win Thursday against the Twins. Heuer was the pitcher of record when the White Sox plated two runs in the seventh inning to take the lead and clinch a playoff spot. The 24-year-old right-hander has not allowed run over his last seven appearances, spanning 8.1 innings. Aaron Bummer's biceps injury has created opportunities for guys like Heuer, Matt Foster and Evan Marshall to work setup in front of closer Alex Colome.
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  • White Sox's Codi Heuer: Contract selected

    Heuer had his contract selected from Triple-A Charlotte on Thursday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Heuer will get his first taste of the majors in 2020 after spending most of 2019 with Double-A Birmingham, finishing with a 1.84 ERA and 1.09 WHIP across 29.1 innings (22 appearances). Given his lack of prior big-league experience, he'll likely be tasked with lower-leverage work.
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